The Eagles are fifth in the league in rushing, but have averaged just 3.7 yards per carry over the last four games. Jay Ajayi's speed could help that.
The Eagles are hoping the addition of RB Jay Ajayi will provide a shot in the arm to the ground game.
The pass-interference penalty that Torrey Smith drew on cornerback Dontae Johnson was a major momentum-shifting moment.
The Eagles went into the game ranked third in the NFL in third-down defense. They allowed the 49ers to convert just three of 15 third-down opportunities.
The Eagles' grades on a day when the offense sputtered a good deal of the afternoon, but they still walked away with a 23-point win.
Third down has been big for the Eagles this season. They lead the league in third-down efficiency, and Carson Wentz is first in third-down passer rating.
The 0-7 49ers are trying to determine whether C.J. Beathard can be their Carson Wentz.
The Eagles own the league's No. 1-ranked run defense. They've held opponents to 67.0 rushing yards per game.
The Eagles will be without two of their most indispensable players - LT Jason Peters and LB Jordan Hicks - when they take on the winless 49ers.
Carson Wentz's arm and legs both played key roles in Monday night's win.
Corey Clement and Mack Hollins had the first TD catches of their careers.
The Eagles' passing game and run defense received top grades following Monday night's win over the Redskins.
Carson Wentz had a big night throwing and running the ball. Threw four touchdown passes and also had five rushing first downs.
LeGarrette Blount has been one of the league's most productive first-down runners in the first six games.
The Eagles' ability to limit yards after the catch with solid tackling has been a major factor in their success against the pass this season.
Alshon Jeffery's numbers aren't prolific, but he's been productive in the two areas the Eagles needed the most help - on third down and in the red zone.
Chris Long pledged all of his 2017 salary to promote educational equity in Philadelphia, Boston and St. Louis.
The Eagles ran the ball just 24 times vs. the Redskins in Week 1. That likely won't be the case this time.
NFL owners have agreed to help its players battle social injustice in their communities. The issue of kneeling during the national anthem never came up during the discussions.
Paul Domowitch is a pro football writer for the Inquirer and Daily News, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered nearly 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 15 years.